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Comments from colleagues

Most people feel some level of anxiety about having other people evaluating their work, however Magnifying glass 2getting a supportive colleague to evaluate your feedback can be extremely helpful. This or mentoring by a more experienced colleague, provide ideal environments for providing constructive criticism. Colleagues can be asked to review your marking and the feedback provided within a module. Peers can also observe your teaching to evaluate how you provide feedback during lectures and seminars.

Another source of support are university based teaching and learning centres, for example The Centre for the Development of Teaching and Learning (CDoTL) at the University of Reading. Centres such as these can provide training, advice and best practice case studies on feedback.

Finally, external examiners will also be able to provide valuable comments in relation to the quality and timeliness of the feedback provided.

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